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Tony Martin (rugby league)

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Name  Tony Martin
Role  Rugby player

Height  1.79 m
Weight  90 kg
Tony Martin (rugby league)

Tony Martin (born 7 October 1978 in Gladstone, Queensland) is an Australian professional rugby league footballer who plays for Hull in the Super League he previously played for Crusaders Rugby League and Wakefield Trinity Wildcats in the Super League. Martin moved back to England from New Zealand Warriors on 31 July 2007 after two spells with the London Broncos either side of a move to Australia with Melbourne Storm.

Having won the 1999 Premiership, Melbourne Storm contested in the 2000 World Club Challenge against Super League Champions St Helens R.F.C., with Ross playing at centre in the victory.

The veteran Australian signed a 12-month contract with Hull F.C. after being given special exemption from the overseas quota due to Crusaders' withdrawal from Super League at the end of the 2011 season. Hull have the option of a 1-year contract extension following the initial 12-month deal.

Martin plays in the Centres, but can also operate on the wing. He was also a consistent goal kicker.

With his contract at London Broncos expiring at the end of the 1998 season, the Melbourne Storm's signing of Martin was seen as a coup for the club who beat fellow NRL side Brisbane Broncos to his signature. He played at centre for the Melbourne Storm in the 1999 NRL Grand Final, scoring a try in his side's victory.

Martin is famous for sporting his trademark scrum cap.

Tony Martin is eligible for the Queensland Maroons but a glut of fine centres have seen the tenacious and safe defender lose out on representative football.

Career highlights

  • First Grade NRL Record: 122 appearances scoring 368 points
  • References

    Tony Martin (rugby league) Wikipedia


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